I had nearly single-handedly transformed women's fashion
What i do for a living.
I then created a perfume named "Chanel No. 5" that became a big hit in 1923 to still this day also. I wanted a new scent for women that is unbelievably good and unknown before. At that time that was know as "women's perfume".
i then came out with more dresser work clothing such as suits. mine was called the classic "Chanel suit" A collarless cardigan with tight sleeves and a braided trim, that matched with a plain but graceful skirt.
I also created "the little black dress" with was revolution in color and style. Vogue called my dress the "ford" of evening wear.
I also created costume jewelry, which was a mix of pearls and gems. I began the fashion trend of wearing pants to social events with wasn't even heard of until me.
Battle against society
The next thing i had to deal with was men. before me, men choose how women dressed.. which of course was tight clothing that showed our bodies off. but those clothes were always were unconformable... at least to me. so when i came out with looser clothes the men disagreed with them. so this long thing went on, and lets just say... i won that argument.
This was my very first suit i was very successful with.
This was the most expensive perfume in the 1920's of corse made by me. ;)
"little black dress"
This was one of my more classier designed. I created it for comfortably but still elegant.
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